presumptuously

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We thought this enough; but we were utterly and presumptuously wrong.

Pardon me if I have thrust myself too presumptuously upon your sorrow.

That was said not vainly or presumptuously, but in reproof of sycophantic courtiers.

This may be speaking too presumptuously, and may deserve a punishment.

And how presumptuously she had wished for "something to happen!"

And Merula presumptuously and provokingly continuing to prate, he disputed no further, but assented with evasive politeness.

I know you will understand and not object to my thus expressing my opinion (for one must form one) so presumptuously.

That kind of poetry has certainly been much degraded by the incapacity of many who have presumptuously undertaken it.

But that word is a grievous sin, and it's a deeper offence when it's a sin wilfully and presumptuously committed.

Joanna looked upon them all as detrimentals, presumptuously lifting up their eyes to Ansdore's wealth and Ellen's beauty.

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